What We Cannot Speak About We Must Pass Over in Silence Discussion Questions

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Read about John Edgar Wideman's views on prison, social exclusion, and race, and write an essay showing how “What We Cannot Speak About We Must Pass Over in Silence” explores these views.

Research African American and white people's views of aspects of the criminal justice system, such as interactions with police, the courts, and prisons. You may use written sources and/or interviews in your research. Write a report comparing African American views with white views.

Research the criminal justice systems of other cultures, whether historical or current. Write a report analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of the different systems, saying which aspects, if any, you would like to see adopted by current society.

Study the writings of people who are currently working for reform of the criminal justice system. Write a report on their views of what should be changed, and...

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